Airbyte log sweeping

Hi.
Can’t seem to continue on this thread:

I would like to sweep Airbyte logs more frequently as our tables are quite big and hence the respective logs are also bigger than usual, causing disk space to become full.

Using the above link as a guide, I’ve added to the .env file:
MAXIMUM_WORKSPACE_RETENTION_DAYS=1

I expect any logs older than a day to be cleared, but that doesn’t seem to happen.

I am using Docker and EC2 Linux 2 AMI and followed official Airbyte docs.

Is there an issue here or am I doing it wrong ?

Any help is appreciated.

I’ve tested this on 0.39.5-alpha and 0.40.8 on a t2 large instance with 50 Gb of storage

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Hello, unfortunately that config was removed with Scheduler.

The current solution (as of v0.40.5, so you will have to upgrade) is to clean up files from the workspace by default every 30 days: https://github.com/airbytehq/airbyte/pull/16247

This is configurable, so you should be able to set it to retain logs for only 1 day by setting the env TEMPORAL_HISTORY_RETENTION_IN_DAYS=1